Systems Management

Managing Systems Made Easy

System Management - Linux

System Management is essential to ensure that the underlying infrastructure of business-critical applications are fine. The goal of any system administrator is to ensure that the various systems and servers are running smoothly, know how loaded (or overloaded) a system is and how effectively they are utilized (or overused), etc.

Server Monitoring involves monitoring of server load, disk utilization, Processes, memory utilization, Disk I/O stats, server CPU utilization etc.

Applications Management along with Servers Management enables an IT administrator to identify whether a problem reported is caused by the underlying operating system or the application or a service. This will help make effective changes in the resources quickly and reduce application bottle-necks.

Applications Manager Server Monitoring provides support for the following servers out-of-the-box:

Windows Monitoring
Linux Monitoring
Solaris Monitoring
IBM AIX Monitoring
Mac OS Monitoring
HP Unix/Tru64 Monitoring
FreeBSD Monitoring
Script Monitoring &
User Defined Custom Monitoring

SAP Monitoring

ManageEngine® Applications Manager's SAP monitor enables you to reap maximum ROI of having deployed SAP in your environment. It allows you to easily monitor the availability and performance of your complex SAP environment from a centralized web console. More>>

Server problems can be diagnosed and corrected instantly, or notified to system administrator. Performance and event data are archived to enable you to evaluate service-level compliance, assess IT requirement, and plan effectively for growth.

We used MOM 2000 and 2005 before ApplicationsManager. We were not satisfied with the reports that mom produces. AppManager gives really comprehensive reports about our systems. We have nearly 70 servers (Microsoft and Tru64 and HPUX, HP DL and HP Alpha servers) around including branch offices. We are using Oracle databases. AppManager's Oracle monitor pages are really good for our Oracle DBAs.

The most important property of AppManager is that there are no AGENTS anymore. The notifications section is also the important thing that we use mostly.

Online Support was a great opportunity for us. Thanks for this real system monitoring tool."

Volkan Günaydin, Systems Support Engineer (Group Director), ISKI, Türkiye

For more information, refer to Server Management Online Help.